Mark Mancina's “Pink Panther” theme, played as a fugue in the style of J. S. Bach, by Stéphane Delplace
Youtube user Vika (vkgoeswild), in between playing her own piano compositions, plays cover of famous songs. Among others, I found this cover of Metallica's Master if puppet, which I wanted to share.
Here's an advertisment for the Android operating system, which, I think, extraordinarily delivers their message :
Be together, not the same. This is how Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata (3rd movement) would sound on a piano playing only a middle C.
You can also discover the making of, and an extended version below
The duo Igudesman and Joo deliver a great rendition of Mozart's Alla Turca in A minor. Well A major... Well A major but with B flat instead of B...
Frequent travellers know these little tunes broadcasted just before an annoucement. It's usually around 6 notes, and becomes part of the ambient noise in a train station or airport.
Two french guys decided to compose a music based on the SNCF (the french public train service), and play it on pianos available in big train stations.
Thanks to my wife for showing me this video
Dualo is a brand new (french) electronic instrument, which I'd love to try out, but the price is just too much fo now.
I've always liked when artist try to make a cover of a famous piece with a style twist. And on the subject, I discovered an album of
Beatles go baroque by P. Breiner. Here, Michael Jackson's
Billie Jean are played in the style of Bach.
PV Nova is a french musician who does funny, yet accurate analysis of modern music styles. For my french readers, take a look at his videos, it's interesting and hilarious.
This video is a cover of Daft Punk's famous
Get Lucky through a decade of music styles.
Nick Pitera has an amazing voice, with an incredible range letting him sing both male and female parts in famous songs. Here are the covers I most like from him.